Physicochemical Aspects of Radical Polymerization with New Functional Initiators

Barbara Pabin–Szafko
West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin, Poland

Series: Chemical Engineering Methods and Technology
BISAC: TEC009010

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Functional initiators find application in conventional radical polymerization for the synthesis of polymers with higher molecular weights, oligomers and block or graft copolymers. The initiator functionality can be considered by reason of the presence of functional end groups, such as hydroxyl and carboxyl, or azo and perester bonds, which undergo dissociation to the alkyl, alkoxy or acyloxy radicals under the influence of temperature or irradiation. This book examines how functional initiators were used for synthesis of ditelechelic oligomers/polymers and “active” polymers with perester groups that possess the character of macromolecular initiators. (Imprint: Nova)

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

SYNTHESIS OF AZOESTERS

SYNTHESIS OF AZO-ACID AND ITS DERIVATIVES

FUNCTIONAL AZO-INITIATORS IN RADICAL POLYMERIZATION

POTENTIAL POSSIBILITIES FOR AZOINITIATORS APPLICATION

CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

INDEX

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